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EGMN reporter Lizette Garcia sets out to find the top five hispanic leader’s everyone in the space city should know. Whether they’re helping young students land their dream job, or helping citizens better themselves, these distinct individuals have been recognized as exceptional beings who are contributing to their community. Follow …

Associated press drops illegal immigrant
    While the Associated Press may have stopped using “illegal immigrants” in their stories, many publications in the country continue to struggle with the terminology. The AP’s change was made in April 2013. In 2012, according to the U.S Census Bureau, individuals with Hispanic or Latino heritage now make …

    In one of the most hotly contested Houston City Council races, businessman Ben Mendez was able to utilize his February campaign start to out-fundraise his closest opponent, Leticia Ablaza, by over $67,000. “We have walked various neighborhoods and listened to the concerns of residents in District I. The …

Bringing the hip-hop style to the Latino genre, The Hooligans are mixing rap, hip-hop, R&B, Spanish singing, Spanish rap, reggaeton and even a little bit of dub step. 22-year-old Dandoez and 21-year-old Guap are pursing their passion for music to impact their listeners’ lives. “There have been so many things …